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RUTGERS01:119:115Fall

[01:119:115] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (23 pages long)

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01:119:115 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Page 3, Zygosity, Xyy Syndrome

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Outcomes: recognize and recreate the process of learning compare and contrast the types of memory. Neurons - cells that send & receive signals. Neurona
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01:119:115- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 679 pages long!)

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Concept 1. 1 biologists explore life from the microscopic to the global scale. In all energy transformations, some energy is lost to the surroundings a
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[01:119:115] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (251 pages long!)

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01:119:115- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 48 pages long!)

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Store carbohydrates (and other reserves) storage roots. Thin, finger-like extensions of root epidermal cells. Elongate and orient shoot to maximize pho
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[01:119:115] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (64 pages long)

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Transportation of na+ down concentration gradient in animal cell provides energy and co transport glucose against its concentration both in the same di
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01:119:115- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 83 pages long!)

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Stm (working memory info not transferred) ltm (stored info in encoding until retrieval) Iv) themes in biology: emergence whole is more than just sum of
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[01:119:115] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (32 pages long)

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Inquiry natural causes for natural phenomenon a. iii. 1. Supernatural things cannot be observed or measured (not science) a. iv. Starting with a large
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01:119:115 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Dna, Protein, Oxygen

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Skimming list ad outcomes page is what will be covered in workshop. Last universal common ancestor: emergent properties (all life is related luca look
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01:119:115- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 79 pages long!)

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Taxonomy (naming and basic level of classifying of organisms) Binomial nomenclature: using unique two-part name (genus + specific epitaph: rules: latin
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33:799:301 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Vendor-Managed Inventory, Strategic Sourcing, E-Procurement

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The concept of distributive negotiations refer to both sides working together to create win-win result or positive outcome for both parties. Rationaliz
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33:799:301 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: E-Procurement, Purchase Order, Outsourcing

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The profit- leverage effect states that a decrease in purchasing expenditures will directly decrease profit. The purchasing function is one of the most
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33:799:301 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Intermodal Freight Transport, Cross-Docking

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33:799:301 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Foreign-Trade Zones Of The United States, Business Cluster, World Trade Organization

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01:694:301 Lecture 14: Problem Set #11_Nucleic Acids_2020

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10-11 (recitation for wednesday 22 april will only address questions and problems for material already covered by monday 20 april; questions and proble
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01:447:384 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Green Paper, White Paper, Cytokinesis

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01:447:384 Lecture 17: Fly cross experimentOER14VI18 (1)

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Eden chin: melanogaster mating experiment: determining inheritance of traits (female ) Phenotype of the p generation listed on the vial says __________
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01:447:384 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mutual Exclusivity, Gregor Mendel, Crop Yield

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2 heads heads + tails event total possibilities. Transmission genetics, the inheritance patterns for the resulting offspring of a cross can be predicte
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01:447:384 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Count Data

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Corn plants have been crossed (mated) and you will be observing the phenotypes and counting the numbers of offspring produced. This ear of corn holds t
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01:694:301 Lecture 15: Problem Set #10_Carbohydrates and Glycobiology(2)

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RUTGERS01:119:115Fall

01:119:115 Lecture 1: Lecture 1

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Course description: course overview, lecturer: dr. daniel stern cardinale, office: room 106a. Douglass campus: office hours: 3 hours/week, walk-in hour
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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Mutual Exclusivity, Dihybrid Cross, Gregor Mendel

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Lecture 12 - mendelian genetics: mendel"s experimental model, background. People thought that blending inheritance was how inheritance worked. Mendel c
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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Darwinism, Carl Linnaeus, Binomial Nomenclature

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Lecture 19 - darwinian evolution: pre-darwinian ideas, early scientists concluded - no change/evolution. Aristotle 384-322 bce scala naturae and the fi
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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: G1 Phase, G2 Phase, Cell Cycle

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Lecture 10 - the cell cycle: organization of genetic material, introduction. All living things are made of cells. Cells are the smallest unit of life.
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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Species Problem, Reproductive Isolation, Macroevolution

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Lecture 21 - macroevolution: biological species concept, introduction. Species - latin for kind or appearance . Speciation - processes where one specie
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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Allele Frequency, Gene Pool, Sexual Reproduction

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Allele Frequency, Gene Pool, Genetic Variation

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Lecture 20 - microevolution: variation in individuals, phenotypes. Some phenotypes are either on or off. Some are gradations - vary along a continuum (
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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Population Ecology, Carrying Capacity, Exponential Growth

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Dominance (Genetics), Punnett Square, Genetic Disorder

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Lecture 18 - human genetics: study of human genetic variance, introduction. It is difficult to study genetic variations in humans. Long generation time
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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Carl Linnaeus, Binomial Nomenclature, Darwinism

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Topic 19 - darwinian evolution (ch 1. 2, 22. 1-22. 3: pre-darwinian ideas, life is constant, carolus linnaeus developed the concept of binomial nomencl
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01:119:115 Chapter 23.3: Microevolution Concept Map (summarizes 23.3)

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01:119:115 Chapter 1-22: Bio Questions and Answers

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01:119:115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: James Hutton, Natural Theology, Thomas Robert Malthus

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Next: timeline of people and ideas: new ideas about change over time: cuvier, huton, and lyell. November 4, 2014: d. geoes cuvier (1769-1832): french p
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RUTGERS01:119:115Fall

01:119:115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Molecular Cloning, Dna Ligase, Restriction Site

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Rna ribose but dna deoxyribose = lacks 2" oh. Dideoxyribose also lacks 3" oh group (to which next nucleoide would normally link) Dna to be sequenced de
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RUTGERS01:119:115Fall

01:119:115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 52: Cool Air, Westerlies, Biome

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Sunlight hits earth at angles afects its amount of heat and light per unit of surface. Intensity strongest in the tropics (between 23. 5 n and 23. 5 s
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RUTGERS01:119:115Fall

01:119:115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Erwin Chargaff, Enterobacteria Phage T2, Maurice Wilkins

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Chapter 16: the molecular basis of inheritance: avery, macleod, and mccarty (1944) 1: separated contents into several fracions: lipids, proteins, polys
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RUTGERS01:119:115Fall

01:119:115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Hydrogen Sulfide, Protocell, Radiometric Dating

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The 4 requirements for chemical evoluion to have occurred: condiions of early earth. Litle or no free oxygen: oxygen oxidizes: breaks bonds. Atmosphere
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RUTGERS01:119:115Fall

01:119:115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 54: Paramecium Aurelia, Niche Differentiation, Character Displacement

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Types of ecological niche: fundamental niche, niche potenially occupied by that species potenial used resources, realized niche, niche actually occupie
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RUTGERS01:119:115Fall

01:119:115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Edward Tatum, George Beadle, Messenger Rna

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From gene to protein: beadle and tatum: one gene one enzyme hypothesis. Wild type: live on minimal medium (few nutrients) Bombarded with x-rays geneic
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RUTGERS01:119:115Fall

01:119:115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: X Chromosome, Heterogametic Sex, Zygosity

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~1902: scienists began to develop the chromosome theory of inheritance : genes have speciic loci on chromosomes, chromosomes undergo segregaion and ind
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01:119:115 Chapter 23.3: Microevolution Concept Map (summarizes 23.3)

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01:119:115 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Dna, Protein, Oxygen

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Circadian Clock, Proximate And Ultimate Causation, Fixed Action Pattern

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Hominidae, Chordate, Phylogenetics

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Semelparity And Iteroparity, Logistic Function, Carrying Capacity

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Blending Inheritance, Pollination, Veggie Burger

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Topic 12: mendel and the gene idea: mendel"s experiment approach. Why pea plants? (what makes a good test organism) Easy to grow in short generation ti
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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Thomas Hunt Morgan, Mendelian Inheritance, Wild Type

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Lac Operon, Allolactose, Operon

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01:119:115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Adenine, Purine, Uracil

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